FPA's online communities provide you with powerful platforms to engage and listen, connecting you with FPA staff, colleagues and other industry professionals in real-time. For financial advisers, social media participation can be a solid source of news, information and leads. Follow, join and discuss!
Get connected. Get informed. Get involved. Imagine what your practice would be like if you had an army of peers you could turn to for advice, ideas and support. That support structure is now available through FPA Connect, our new online discussion platform designed exclusively for FPA members.
'Like' FPA on Facebook. Facebook is a social community site designed to create connections, engage in dialogue and provide a forum for discussion and dissemination of news and information among FPA staff, members, chapters and consumers. Anyone can 'like' FPA on Facebook.
Only FPA members can join the FPA group on LinkedIn. LinkedIn focuses on discussion and dialogue, best practices, professional networking and leveraging sub groups. If you're a financial advisor new to social media, this is a good place to get started.
Anyone can follow us on Twitter and the FPA Publications Team Twitter. Our Twitter accounts are used for sharing short bursts of FPA news & information immediately, as well as trends and developments in the world of financial planning.
Look for relevant, timely FPA news and industry-related videos, as well as how-to videos for consumers, on YouTube.
FPA Practice Management Blog: This blog – maintained by industry veterans who answer FPA members' questions on the FPA Practice Management Center's Ask the Expert feature – offers practice management tips and techniques for building a successful financial planning business. FPA members are welcome to leave comments to keep the information flowing and sign up for RSS feeds to receive the posts each time they're freshly added.
All Things Financial Planning Blog: A personal finance blog on FPA's general public site that features writings and insights from some of the best minds in financial planning profession. After reading a post, anyone is welcome to add their thoughts, suggestions and comments.